Uniqueness is not a trend, nor is it a fashion statement. It is not a commercial identity. Uniqueness is an inherent part of the natural world.
No two things are alike. No two leaves, no two stones, no two snowflakes, no two fingerprints, no two people. After all, even a pair of shoes is worn on two different feet, moulded by the wearer’s steps, stance, habits and adventures. Thus even a product of mass production is imbued with a veritable personality. A garment made by machine or handcrafted are both inherently unique, made unique by the person who made them with care and attention. Made unique by the person who wears it, who keeps it and who loves it.
One leaves a mark in the world, by touching, writing, thinking, creating. A mark that not one other person could ever have made. This mark is unique. As unique as that thought. As that touch. As that moment.
The difference you make is unique. No one else can make the difference you can make to the world.